Great Saw Mill River Cleanup 2016: VE Macy Park/Woodlands Lake-Irvington
Saturday, April 16, 2016 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM (EDT)
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Join us for our 7th Annual Great Saw Mill River Cleanup!
Woodlands Lake, Irvington site: Another site along the South County Trailway, and located off of the Saw Mill River Parkway going NORTH, exit 19 (Great Hunger Memorial at VE Macy Park sign), just North of Ardsley/Dobbs Ferry exit, this site accomodates kayaks and canoes and there is trash along the shoreline and pockets of trash on each side of the dam and below the dam.
Site supervisor: Jennifer Sloan, Director of Education on Science Barge
Site partners: Westchester County Parks, L.L. Bean, Hudson Rowing and Paddle
Wear sturdy shoes (NO FLIP-FLOPS!), wear long pants and long sleeves, bring gloves if you have them and water. We'll have equipment, trash bags, gloves, and snacks.
Other sites available for registration, see all Groundwork events: Van der Donck Park at the Daylighting in Yonkers; Ann Street in Yonkers (Science Barge Only); Bridge Street Plaza in Ardsley; Hearst Street in Yonkers; Lawrence Street in Ardsley and Elmsford (Coca Cola Corporation Only).
For information: Call or email Nathan Hunter, River Program Assistant, (914) 375-2151, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Groundwork Hudson Valley's Great Saw Mill River Cleanup
Groundwork Hudson Valley was established in 2000 in Yonkers to help renew our urban places: building trails, planting trees, restoring rivers, turning vacant lots into gardens, and creating vibrant public places to revitalize the area’s most economically challenged neighborhoods.